Nottinghamshire Hospice

Adding Life to Days

Work for us

Our staff and volunteers are our most important asset

Nottinghamshire Hospice offers a wide range of vital nursing, medical and other support services to our patients, their families and carers. Our dedicated team consists of over 140 full- and part-time employees and bank staff, and is supported by more than 370 regular volunteers and 400 volunteers who join us on an ad hoc basis for special projects and events.

There are a variety of roles across a diverse range of professions throughout the hospice.  Please go to our current vacancies section for our most recent job adverts.  If there are no current vacancies of interest to you, you may want to view our volunteering opportunities.

Posts involved directly with patient care include:

  • Medical and clinical staff
  • Allied healthcare professionals
  • Counsellors
  • Catering staff
  • Drivers

There’s also a range of business-related posts, including roles in:

  • Retail
  • Warehousing
  • Fundraising
  • Administration
  • Finance
  • Marketing & communications
  • Human resources
  • Volunteer services
  • Other business support

We offer all of our employees a supportive working environment, professional training and development, a minimum of five weeks holiday plus bank holidays and a pension scheme. We also provide a Westfield Healthcare Scheme for contracted staff (after a period of qualifying service) and an Employee Assistance Programme.

We believe in equal opportunities

Throughout our recruitment and selection process, we ensure that no individual receives more or less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, sex, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

We make sure that our recruitment process is fair and accessible for everyone. If you have any specific access or other requirements to facilitate your attendance at an interview, please call 0115 910 1008 (option 6) or email recruitment@nottshospice.org to let us know and we’ll make any necessary arrangements.

Working with vulnerable adults

We take our responsibility to protect vulnerable people very seriously. Vacancies that involve contact with our patients, their families and carers may be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You will be provided with full details of this as part of the application process.